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Trending Dussehra E-Invites in 2021

Come October, and the festive mood sets in with Durga Pooja, Dandiya Nights, Dussehra, Karva Chauth leading to Diwali and then post Diwali festivities.

We have e-invites for every festival and a special occasion for you to choose from. Customize the invitation design you like and send it to your dear guests via WhatsApp or email. You may also use the RSVP feature to get an estimate of the expected guests at your event. Plan every event in style with VenueLook e-invites, recommended venues and have loads of fun planning a festive evening, a social event, a wedding-related ceremony or a corporate event.

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Dussehra Celebration E-Invite

Dussehra means different things to different people. For some, it marks the end of fasting. For others, it means enjoying a brilliant display of fireworks at the local Mela. And then there are those who celebrate this Hindu festival in more unique ways than others. So if you are also celebrating the victory of good over evil then this e-invite is going to be perfect for you to create and send through WhatsApp or email to your loved ones to be a part of your celebration.

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Vijayadashami E-Invite

Vijaya Dashami marks the victory of divine power over demonic forces. It was on this day that Lord Rama killed the ten-headed Ravana, who had kidnapped His wife Sitadevi. This day is very much known as Dashara among the people of India. The word Dashara is derived from two Sanskrit words – Dasha (ten) and Hara (defeat). Everyone celebrate this victory of righteousness over evil by burning the statues usually made from wood and paper of Ravana, his brother Kumbhakarna and son Meghanada. And if you are also planning to host Dussehra celebration then this e-invite is perfect for you to create for free and send them to your loved ones via WhatsApp or email.

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Lord Rama Killed Ravana E-Invite

This is the final battle between Rama and Ravana. Rama has pursued Ravana in his chariot and fires golden arrows, which turn into serpents as they reach Ravana. The arrows cut off Ravana’s many heads but they immediately grew back again. This goes on for days and nights, and Ravana shoots hundreds of arrows as the two fight to the death. So if you are also celebrating the victory of good over evil then this e-invite is going to be perfect for you to create and send through WhatsApp or email to your loved ones to be a part of your celebration.

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Dussehra E-Invite

Dussehra, also called Dasara or Vijayadashami, in Hinduism, holiday marking the triumph of Rama, an avatar of Vishnu, over the 10-headed demon king Ravana, who abducted Rama’s wife, Sita. The festival’s name is derived from the Sanskrit words dasha (“ten”) and hara (“defeat”). Symbolizing the victory of good over evil, Dussehra is celebrated on the 10th day of the month of Ashvina (September–October), the seventh month of the Hindu calendar, with the appearance of the full moon, an event called the “bright fortnight” (shukla paksha). Dussehra coincides with the culmination of the nine-day Navratri festival and with the tenth day of the Durga Puja festival. For many, it marks the beginning of preparation for Diwali, which occurs 20 days after Dussehra. And if you are also planning to host Dussehra celebration then this e-invite is perfect for you to create for free and send them to your loved ones via WhatsApp or email.

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Lankeshwaran E-Invite

The word “Ravana” means “roaring”. It is the opposite of Vaisravana, which means “to hear clearly”. Both Ravana and Vaisravana (more popularly known as Kubera, the Treasurer of the Devas) are the sons of Vishravas. Besides this name, Ravana is also addressed by other names such as Dasaanana, Ravula, Lankeshwara, Lankeshwaran, Dasis Ravana, Dasis Sakvithi Maha Ravana, Ravaneshwaran and Eela Vendhar. So if you are also celebrating the victory of good over evil then this e-invite is going to be perfect for you to create and send through WhatsApp or email to your loved ones to be a part of your celebration.

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Dashanan E-Invite

Ravana – the king of Lanka is referred as Dashanan (ten-headed) in scriptures and mythological epics. There are three different tales that clarify whether ‘Dashanan’ was a superlative used for the asura king to showcase his attributes or did he really have ten heads! And if you are also planning to host Dussehra celebration then this e-invite is perfect for you to create for free and send them to your loved ones via WhatsApp or email.

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Victory of Good Over Evil E-Invite

Dussehra gives the message of the victory of good over evil. This is an example that no matter how strong the evil becomes, in the end, victory will be of good. In the Treta Yuga, Lord Ram killed Ravana who had ten heads, because Ravana had made the mistake of abducting Sita, Lord Ram’s wife. So if you are also celebrating the victory of good over evil then this e-invite is going to be perfect for you to create and send through WhatsApp or email to your loved ones to be a part of your celebration.

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